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Tuesday, April 08, 2014
 
NYU Sports Law Colloquium April 15



Third Annual NYU Sports Law Colloquium
Tuesday April 15, 2014, 10:00am 
NYU School of Law, Lester Pollack Colloquium Room
245 Sullivan Street
New York, NY  

The Sports Law Committee, in association with the Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law Society at New York University School of Law, cordially invite you to a day-long event featuring distinguished panels and discussions on today’s prominent legal issues in the world of sports.

***1.5 Ethics and 3 Areas of Professional Practice CLE Credits Available***

Event Schedule: 

                  10:00 a.m.     The Ethics of the A-Rod Case (1.5 Ethics CLE Credits)
                   Wayne McDonell, Professor of Sports Management, NYU
                   Michael O’Keefe, New York Daily News
                   Eugene Orza, Former Chief Operating Officer, MLBPA
                   Anita Marks, NBC Sports Radio (Moderator)
                   
11:30 a.m.   The Future of the NCAA
                    Marc Edelman, Associate Professor of Law, Baruch College
                    Craig Esherick, Professor of Sport Management, George Mason
                    Len DeLuca, President, Len DeLuca and Associates
                    Charles Grantham, Former Director, NBAPA
                    Donald McPherson, NCAA Football Analyst
                    Robert Boland, Academic Chair of Sport Management, NYU
   
12:45 p.m.   LUNCH

1:30 p.m.                The Anatomy of a Sponsorship Deal
                    John Maguire, SVP Corporate Partnerships, NY Giants
                    Joe Nahra, Legal and Business Affairs, CAA
                    Christina Song, VP of Legal and Business Affairs, MSG

3:00 p.m.   Hypocrisy in Intercollegiate Athletics and   Dishonesty in Academia
                  Michael Hausfeld, Chairman, Hausfeld, LLP

For more information contact Sports Law Committee Co-Chairs Steven Couper (spc318@nyu.edu) or Adam Dale (aid233@nyu.edu)





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